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Table 1 Descriptive Statistics: Socio-demographic data

From: Expectations and satisfaction with antenatal care among pregnant women with a focus on vulnerable groups: a descriptive study in Ghent

Age  
 18–25 12 % (n = 17)
 26–30 40 % (n = 55)
 31–35 32 % (n = 45)
 >35 16 % (n = 22)
Origin  
 Belgian 73 % (n = 101)
 Foreign Descent 27 % (n = 38)
Education (n = 139)  
 No education or primary 11 % (n = 15)
 Secondary school (n = 28) 20 % (n = 28)
 Higher Education (n = 96) 69 % (n = 96)
Household income (n = 139)  
 < € 800 3 % (n = 4)
 Between € 800 and € 1000 9 % (n = 13)
 Between € 1000 and € 1500 8 % (n = 11)
 Between € 1500 and € 2000 8 % (n = 11)
 > € 2000 72 % (n = 100)
Financial distress (n = 139)  
 No 47 % (n = 65)
 Moderate 27 % (n = 38)
 Serious 26 % (n = 36)
Marital status (n = 139)  
 Married/cohabiting 94 % (n = 131)
 Divorced 1 % (n = 2)
 Single 4 % (n = 6)
Pregnancy  
 Planned 85 % (n = 118)
 Unplanned 15 % (n = 21)
First Consultation  
 Before 12 weeks gestation 95 % (n = 132)
 After 12 weeks gestation 5 % (n = 7)
Gravidity  
 Primigravida 70 % (n = 96)
 Multigravida 30 % (n = 42)
Gestational Age  
 First Trimester 7 % (n = 9)
 Second Trimester 22 % (n = 26)
 Third Trimester 71 % (n = 86)